one is 10 lbs and the other 4 lbs….do I treat this as 2 toasts or 1? I am planning on 5 min/lb at 500 degrees then shutting the oven for 2 hours! Thank you! Merry Christmas!!!
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They should be considered as two roasts. The smaller one will cook in much less time than the larger one. Were you planning on putting them in the same pan?
not the same pan---but the same oven----start the bigger one---then add the second one in??? ughhhhh thanks!!!!!!
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